• The working title of "Borat 2" may have been revealed via a listing on the Writer’s Guild of America website
  • The first film, "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," was released in 2006
  • Cohen won the Golden Globe award for best actor for "Borat" in 2007

Sacha Baron Cohen’s hit 2006 movie “Borat” is getting a sequel, and the title of the highly anticipated film may have already been revealed.

According to a listing on the Writer’s Guild of America website, which has since been removed, the working title of the sequel will be “Borat: Gift of Pornographic Monkey to Vice Premiere Mikhael Pence to Make Benefit Recently Diminished Nation of Kazakhstan,” The Guardian reported.

This comes a few weeks after Collider reported the sequel has already been shot during the coronavirus pandemic. “Borat 2” has also been screened for some people in the industry, according to the report.

The media outlet also shared a clip in which Cohen can be seen filming for the sequel.

A report from The Film Stage claimed that the story will also touch the relationship between Jeffrey Epstein and Donald Trump.

The first “Borat” movie was released in 2006 and garnered universal acclaim.

The film, titled “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan,” chronicles the journey of a Kazakh journalist named Borat Sagdiyev who travels to the U.S. to make a documentary on the country. However, he soon realizes that America is the same as his own country in many ways.

The film was praised for its storytelling and received positive reviews. Meanwhile, critics and audiences applauded Cohen for making such a bold film.

In 2007, the “Trial of the Chicago 7” actor won the Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for “Borat,” while the movie was nominated Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical.

“Borat” also received an Academy Award nomination in the Best Adapted Screenplay category, although the trophy went to “The Departer.”

Media outlets like Washington Post, New York Post, The Boston Globe, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, The Hollywood Reporter and The New York Times featured the movie in their annual top 10 list of movies in 2006.

“Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” currently holds a score of 91% on review site Rotten Tomatoes.

Sacha Baron Cohen as Borat
Sacha Baron Cohen aka "Borat" attends his book signing at Borders on November 7, 2007 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage) Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage